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* GOP Lawmakers Combats Vaccine Hesitancy, Warns Of Delta Variant Threat

* Texas Senate Passes Bill That No Longer Requires Schools Teach About Slavery, The KKK, Womens Suffrage

* The CA Geological Survey Has Updated The Tsunami Risk Zones For The First Time In 12 Years

* U.S. Navy Sets Off Giant Explosions To Test USS Gerald R. Ford Aircraft Carrier

* Senate GOP Blocks Procedural Vote On Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

* J&J Drug Distributors Reach Landmark $26 Billion Opioid Settlement

* Russia's Permafrost Is Thawing

* Russia Targets Jehovah's Witnesses With Arrest Raiding Of Homes

* Elon Musk's Neuralink Is Being Outperformed By This Spanish Graphene Startup

* Researchers Find That Graphene Quantum Dots Are Biodegradable By Human Enzymes

* "It's An Epidemic " Arizona

* Why Are Soros And Gates Buying U.K. Covid Testing Company 

* Global Wheat Supplies Short As Drought/ Flood Ravage Crops And Supply Chain Falters

* A Man With Covid Disguised Himself As His Wife To Board A Plane 

* More Than 200 People In U.S. Being Monitored For Possible Monkeypox Exposure, CDC Says

* Scientists Warn Of 'Bleak Cyborg Future'

* Through Your Phone 


Another GOP Lawmaker Combats Vaccine Hesitancy, Warns Of Delta Variant Threat


Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-IA) urges unvaccinated Americans to get vaccinated for COVID-19 as the Delta variant spreads.





Texas Senate passes bill that no longer requires schools teach about slavery, the KKK, women's suffrage


(Meredith) – The Texas Senate passed a bill Friday that will no longer require public schools to teach about slavery nor about the Ku Klux Klan’s ideologies and actions as “morally wrong.”

Senate Bill 3 eliminates a requirement that students be taught the “history of white supremacy, including but not limited to the institution of slavery, the eugenics movement, and the Ku Klux Klan, and the ways in which it is morally wrong.”

The bill passed 18-4 in the Republican-led Senate.The bill cuts some two dozen curriculum requirements, including the study of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. The works of United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez were also among the cuts, as are Susan B. Anthony’s writings about the women’s suffragist movement. Teachings of Native American history were also cut.   Read More 



The California Geological Survey has updated the Tsunami Risk Zones for the first time in 12 years


For the first time in more than a decade, the state has remapped the tsunami evacuation zones for California. The Bay Area could be in grave danger if an earthquake-driven tsunami hits our shores. 

Preparing for natural disasters is what many of us do in the Bay Area. Now, state geologists say a once-in-a-lifetime tsunami could inundate more of the Bay Area than first thought.

The Bay Area learned first hand what the force of a tsunami can do when an earthquake struck Japan in 2011, sending strong waves surging into Santa Cruz Harbor, leaving heavy damage.

In 1964, a M9.2 earthquake in Alaska sent a tsunami which did heavy damage on the California coast and parts of the North Bay. Read More 



U.S. Navy sets off giant explosion to test USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier. The blast registered as a 3.9 magnitude earthquake.


The U.S. Navy has started a series of tests on its newest and most advanced aircraft carrier by detonating powerful explosions to determine whether the ship is ready for war. The first of the tests, which are known as Full Ship Shock Trials, occurred Friday when the Navy set off a giant explosive event near the USS Gerald R. Ford, according to a statement.